Hunter defines excitement

Torii Hunter not only gets around the bases in a hurry, he's willing to flatten anyone that gets in his way.

Originally Published: January 20, 2005
By Phil Rogers | Special to ESPN.com

Over the last three seasons, the Chicago White Sox have hit 166 more home runs than the Minnesota Twins. Yet they've outscored them by only 143 runs. That's because the Twins make the most of the hits they get.

Even more revealing about the relative efficiency of these two teams is that over the last three years the White Sox have outscored their opponents by 168 runs; the Twins have outscored their opponents by 164 runs. Yet the Twins have finished a combined 26½ games ahead of Chicago ...

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